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Dr. Ilaria Scaglia

Dr. Ilaria Scaglia

What do Vladimir Lenin, Malcolm X, Woodrow Wilson, Ronald Reagan, and Jane Addams have in common? All of these landmark historical figures believed in internationalism: they belonged to some kind of internationalist movement and thought that the success of their cause—whatever this was—depended on being able to include and engage the entire world. Sign up for History of Internationalism and learn about communist internationalism, liberal/conservative internationalism, Black internationalism, feminist internationalism, and the history of international organizations such as the League of Nations and the UN.



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Women and Revolution Film Series: A Special Day, 19 September at 7:00PM
One Arsenal Place, Room 114. Open to CSU students, faculty, and staff only .
Two neighbors - a persecuted journalist and a resigned housewife - meet during Hitler's visit to Italy in May 1938.

Black Flags: The Rise of ISIS Dinner and Discussion, 13 October at 6:30PM
Available for students, faculty, and staff who previously registered for the event only. Sponsored by the Colonel Richard Hallock Military History Endowment

Women and Revolution Film Series: Lucia, 17 October at 7:00PM
One Arsenal Place, Room 114. Open to CSU students, faculty, and staff only.
Traces episodes in the lives of three Cuban women, each named Lucia, from three different historical periods: the Cuban war of independence with Spain, the 1930s, and the 1960s.



Alumni Spotlight

Alumni Marck Sciuchetti

Mark Sciuchetti ’13, MA ’15

"Since graduating from CSU, I am pursuing a Masters in Musicology degree and a PhD in Geography from Florida State University. I have decided to continue in my education by combining my passions for music, history, and GIS by working on the geography of music. Most of my research currently focuses on the ways in which women composers of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries have composed American place and identity. I have presented on this topic at national and international conferences, and am currently working on a composition of the Hudson River.

I benefitted from the support of many members of the faculty... What I learned at CSU helped me to become a better writer and communicator.”